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The Juici apple was bred to be similar to its parent, Honeycrisp apple, one of the most popular apple varieties currently in the United States. Juici apple’s texture is very similar to Honeycrisp—dense and crunchy, even at room temperature. The skin of the Juici apple is mostly red, overlaid on a yellow background. The skin is also fairly thin. This variety is in fact juicy, but not overpoweringly so. The flavor of Juici apples is balanced between sweet and a tart finish, less sweet than its parent Honeycrisp.
Juici apples are available in the late fall through winter.
Juici apples are a very recently developed variety of apple (botanical name Malus domstica). They were first grown in Washington State as a cross between the popular Honeycrisp and the classic Braeburn. Juici apples were first available commercially in the fall of 2017.
Apples are high in soluble and insoluble fiber, totaling about 17 percent of the daily recommended intake, which contributes to a healthy digestive system. Apples also contain Vitamin C and other antioxidants, along with potassium. One medium-sized apple has about 95 calories.
Juici apples are a good dessert variety to eat fresh out of hand, but can also be used for baking and juicing. They are a nice addition to cheese boards, sliced into green salads, or baked with honey, raisins, or nuts. Juici apples have a good shelf life and will last longer in cool, dry storage such as the refrigerator.
Washington State is consistently ranked the largest producer of apples in the United States. Apples are also an important part of the state’s agricultural revenues. Many Washington-based companies develop, grow, and market apples. The Washington State University breeding program, begun in 1994, is another important component of the apple industry in the state.
The Oneonta Starr Ranch Growers of Wenatchee, Washington is the company is licensed to grows packages, and sells Juici apples. Oneonta, along with Willow Drive Nursery, developed the Juici variety over approximately a decade. Juici apples grow well in the apple-producing regions of Washington.
Recipes that include Juici Apples. One is easiest, three is harder.
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